This year saw no shortage of impactful sports news, from Dirk Nowitzki’s retirement to Art Briles's return.
The San Antonio basketball team has been known for its consistency for years. Now, it's hardly recognizable.
“Coach Tim” has a nice ring to it.
The enigmatic NBA superstar isn’t long for Oklahoma City. How likely is he to head south down I-35?
Yes, I know ”apple time, apple time” was a joke. But why were so many of us willing to believe it of the NBA star?
Along with Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili, he brought unprecedented NBA success to the Alamo City.
In this year’s NBA Finals, do they root for the star who spurned them or their hated Western Conference foe?
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the UT professor and 'Sprawlball' author describes how data analysis has transformed basketball.
At his final games Tuesday in Dallas and Wednesday in San Antonio, fans gave our favorite German Texan the farewell he deserved.
With the retirement of his jersey, the Spurs and the city of San Antonio honor Manu Ginobili and how he changed the game.
San Antonio’s team found a local partner for its first jersey sponsor.
There’s no accounting for taste, though.
They are successful, visionary, and humble. If only we could say the same for our presidential candidates.
Somehow, the Mavericks and the Rockets join the Spurs in the NBA playoffs again this year—but we don’t like their odds.
The seemingly humorless coach plays up his persona for a perfect prank.
Becky Hammon coached the Spurs to a Summer League title, but some people seem surprised she wasn’t writing plays in lipstick.
Having grown up on the South Side of San Antonio, I know that the Spurs aren’t just a team, they’re a way of life. To show my support, I did what any fan would do: make like Bashō and pen five haikus, one for every NBA title.
So what does that actually mean?
Who's that? Just kidding.
Well, he's a Spur for life, but reports are that he'll exercise the final year option on his contract and be a uniform-wearing, on-court, potential-championship-winning member for the 2015 season.
The problem with Barkley's statement wasn't that it ignored the young hotties, it's that he dismissed the city because there were women he wasn't attracted to there.
All three Texas NBA teams had at least one game end with a massive three-point shot to steal the lead.
Bad news, Memphis: not only are your Grizzlies on the way to losing to the Spurs, but you still won't get to eat the world's best barbecue!
The basketball star repeatedly slammed San Antonio, driving Mayor Julián Castro to film a short video about the virtues of the Alamo City.
How a German Basketballer of the Year became the pride of the Dallas Mavericks.
The Spurs versus the Mavs.
Is the Dallas Mavericks' Mark Cuban a pushy billionaire with a lust for publicity, or is he an energetic owner who has saved the team? Do we have to choose?